Prof. Moris Stern
1. The main employees responsibility is anything that maximizing profit and not
breaking the laws, where by the law holds those employees owe legal duties of
loyalty, trust, obedience, and confidentiality to
Prof. Moris Stern
1. Ethics is needed in order to succeed in business, because Business ethics or Corporate
ethics is designed to control the behavior of employees as well as members of the business
partners. Ethics regulations and standar
Seneccas Letter 67 On ill-health and endurance of suffering
From todays stand point, one can say that desire is a strong feeling of necessity for
something or a wishful thought for something to happen. Each man or woman may have judged
what is good or bad
Philosophy 2101 ET6
Final Exam: Study Guide
Part A:Prompt 1:-What is the paradox of aesthetic judgement and how does Hume resolve it?
A paradox is a set of inconsistent statements that can be solved by declaring one of them
S16 PHIL 2101 Midterm Review Sheet
This is a review sheet guide for your midterm, set to be administered MARCH 31.
Below are a list of questions, you should be able to define all the words in bold font,
and you should be prepared to fully answer these que
Sir Karl Popper "Science as Falsification," 1963
Science as Falsification
The following excerpt was originally published in Conjectures and Refutations
by Karl R. Popper
hen I received t
Meditations On First Philosophy
MEDITATIONS ON FIRST PHILOSOPHY
and correction. This revision renders the French edition specially
valuable. Where it seems desirable an alternative reading from the
French is given in square brackets.
An Essay Concerning Human Understanding
Book II: Ideas
Copyright 20102015 All rights reserved. Jonathan Bennett
[Brackets] enclose editorial explanations. Small dots enclose material that has been added, but can be read as
though it were part o
1. Summarize the main ideas in Plato's Allegory of the Cave.
The senses cannot be trusted. The way to discover is through logic and reasoning
2. What is Plato trying to tell us in his story?
Plato is trying to t
1.2E (Page 11)
B) There is an argument being mentioned here. I believe this way the argument is a lot clearer.
Mike is the press officer, and if he has his way, all press releases are crisp and upbeat.
Mike always has his way.
Our press releases are alway
Using the symbolization key provided, state the truth-functional paraphrase for English
sentences below and translate them into SL. You can use '>' for conditional and '=' for
B: Bob jogs regularly.
C: Carol jogs regularly.
L: Bob is
1. If a set contains a logically false sentence, will that set be logically consistent or
inconsistent? Explain and come up with your own example.
2. If a unit set contains a logically indeterminate sentence, will that set be logically
consistent or incon
Page 14, Exercises 1.3E
Whatever will be, will be is a logically valid statement. Its an absolute truth. It is also
pretty open ended. Whatever the premises, it is a valid argument. If an argument ended with it
then the argument must be valid. Meani
Construct truth-functional paraphrases for the following, then provide a symbolization key and use it to symbolize
your paraphrases in SL.
a. Either George or Emily will graduate with honors.
*b. Both George and Emily will graduate with honors or neither
Devise a translation key for the following argument, state it in standard argument form using
truth-functional paraphrase, and translate it into SL.
At least one of three brothers, Joe, Steve, and Ray, can be blamed for leaving the shower
running this mor
pg. 142 4.2E
8 a, b
Use the truth-tree method to determine which of the following arguments are
truth-functionally valid and which are truth-functionally invalid. For those that
are truth-functionally invalid, recover a set of a truth-value assignments th
6a. A completed truth tree for cfw_P = Q will be open
This claim is true because if P and Q are truth functionally equivalent then the set will be truth
functionally true and truth functionally consistent no matter what. Since the set is consistent then
Prove the following AND bring your proof with you to class as well.
If cfw_P Q and cfw_~P R, then Q v R is truth-functionally true.
For Q or R to be truth functionally true, all the values need to be true. In order for all the values
to be true in every s
3.1 E pg. 76
2 a, b
Construct Truth Tables for the following sentences
A. ~(E & ~E)
B. (A & B) = ~ B
Exercises 5.2E pg. 140
2 a, b
2a. (B > L) v (L > B)= T.F. True
1. (B > L) v (L > B) Sm
2.(B > L)
(L > B) 1vD
~L B 2>D
1. ~ [(B > L) v (L > B)] Sm
2. ~(B > L)
3. ~(L > B)
b. (B > L) & (L > B
5/19/2015, 10:30am 12:30pm, Boylan 2154
If you use these questions to guide your studying and youre able to answer (most of) them, you
(over) prepared for the exam!
LOGIC & ARGUMENTATION
What is a valid argument?
If the premises are tru
Employees responsibility to their employers is the employment relationship establishes
assortment of responsibilities that employees have to their employers. Milton Friedman
describes a free-enterprise, a private property system; therefore, a corporate ex
Prof Jack Lachman
Scope of Chapter
some of the accounting issues for
Illustrates financial statement display issues.
A nonprofit ( not-for-profit) organization is a
legal and account
FINAL PRACTICE EXAM
101 FINAL PRACTICE EXAM
Note: Implicitly take each of the following questions to be prefaced by the phrase "According to Schick and
Vaughn in "Doing Philosophy: An Introduction Through Tho